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Broken-Symmetry Nanophotonics Heralds New Era of Light Technologies

Thursday, June 17th, 2021

Aleksandr Krasnok

When: June 17, 2021 @ 3:00 PM-4:00 PM, FIU-EC 3930

When light is squeezed down to subwavelength dimensions, the local symmetries of nanophotonic structures come to the fore and play a decisive role. Anisotropy enables new interesting regimes of operation and novel functionality, including hyperbolic modes and topological transitions, novel physics of moiré patterns, spin-orbit locking, enhanced valley polarization and chirality. The rotation and translation symmetries of optical structures enable nonradiative and nonscattering modes with unboundedly large radiative Q-factor, which can be controlled by symmetry breaking. The luck of time-reversal symmetry enables nonreciprocity and isolating devices in classical and quantum realms. In this talk, I will discuss how nanophotonics with broken symmetries heralds a new era of light and quantum technologies.

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Smart Grid Cyber-physical Security Technologies and Evolution

Thursday, June 17th, 2021

Dr. Tarek Youssef

When: June 15, 2021 @ 1:30 PM-4:30 PM, FIU-EC 3960

Data communication is one of the most important aspects of establishing an intelligent network. Not only in Smart Grid infrastructure, firewalls, and gateways, but also in network status monitoring, reliable data communication enables successful network operation. Energy sector is an attractive target for cyber attackers for its perceived high vulnerability, high impact outcome. In this talk, I will discuss the importance of security in Smart Grid Cyber-physical Systems and their evolution.  

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Career Path: From Researcher to Entrepreneur and Beyond

Thursday, April 22nd, 2021

Dr. C. J. Reddy
Vice President of Business Development, Electromagnetics (Americas)

When: May 4, 2021 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Most industry careers in antenna engineering start with a researcher position and then develop into a managerial role. Initial research work could start with a master’s/doctoral degree thesis, followed by a design/application engineering job in industry. Success in a research capacity is expected to lead to a managerial role. In this talk, I examine my own career path, which took me from research, to entrepreneurial, and to management positions. My research career began when I was a doctoral student in India and continued with postdoctoral fellowships in Canada and the United States. Then, I ended up leading two start-up companies, one of which was acquired by a larger multinational company, where I am currently leading business development activities in the Americas. While most of my career was not planned, my experience could probably help those starting their work in industry to plan theirs. This talk will be based on the article published in April 2021 issue of IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine (

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Recording and Slides of Career Path: From Researcher to Entrepreneur and Beyond

Wednesday, April 21st, 2021

Topic: IEEE Miami Section Invited Webinar on Career Path: From Researcher to Entrepreneur and Beyond by Dr. C. J. Reddy, Vice President of Business Development, Electromagnetics (Americas) at Altair

Date: Mar 30, 2021 12:53 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Heterogeneous Integration: Road Mapping the Future

Wednesday, April 21st, 2021

Ravi Mahajan

Director of Pathfinding for Assembly and Packaging Technologies
Technology and Manufacturing Group at Intel Corporation

When: April 22, 2021 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Heterogeneous Integration (HI) is seen as a critical enabler for the progress of computing and communications in a wide variety of application environments including (but not limited to) HPC, IoT, Automotive, Networking, Medical, Aerospace etc. This talk will describe the value of packaging as an HI platform in the context of the HI Roadmap, an effort co-sponsored by societies within IEEE and ASME and by SEMI. Different packaging architectures will be compared primarily on the basis of their physical interconnect capabilities. Key features in leading edge 2D and 3D technologies, such as EMIB, Silicon Interposer, Foveros and Co-EMIB will be described and a roadmap for their evolution will be presented. Challenges and opportunities in developing robust advanced package architectures will be discussed. The talk will conclude with a broader and more open ended discussion on how technical and personal collaborations can strengthen and drive the progress of HI.

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IEEE Miami Section Recognize Hassan Eldeeb for his services to the section

Saturday, April 3rd, 2021

Today, April 2nd 2021, Prof. Mohammed, IEEE Fellow, the vice-dean of research College of Engineering and Computing, Florida International University, and the V. chair of the IEEE Miami Section presented the Section’s Honor Plaque to Dr. Hassan Eldeeb, the Secretary of IEEE Miami section and the V. chair of the IEEE IAS chapter of Miami section, for his professional services, devotion to promote diversity and equity within the chapter, and his research achievements.

Since August 2016, Dr. Eldeeb, who was also a Ph.D. student at the Energy Systems Research Lab, is an active member at the IEEE Miami section and its chapters. He volunteered in the following positions.

Secretary of IEEE Miami SectionMay 2019-April 2021
IEEE Miami Section Representative in IEEE Florida Council MeetingsJun 2019-April 2021
V. Chair of IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) ChapterJan 2019-April 2021
V. Chair of IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS) ChapterJan 2019-April 2021
Secretary of Women in Engineering (WIE) Affinity GroupDec 2019-April 2021
Chair of IEEE IAS student branch chapter at FIU (IA34)Sept 2018-April 2021

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